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Some students never find their footing at their initial landing spots. After months — or maybe even years — of deliberation, students may decide the current institution they’re attending isn’t for them.
They decide to play their sport at another university.
The MSU men’s basketball team announced today that the will host the University of Georgia in a charity match on Sunday, Oct. 29 at 2 p.m. at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids.
Miles Bridges was named the Preseason Big Ten Player of the Year by the Big Ten Thursday morning.
The start of basketball season is upon us, and the men’s and women’s basketball teams are ready to welcome you into the newly renovated Breslin as the hosts for the annual Michigan State Madness this Friday night.
Friday night thousands of students camped out on Munn Field for the Izzone Campout. The State News was there to capture all the fun as students met head coach Tom Izzo and other members of the men's basketball team.
If the men's basketball team makes the decision to protest social injustices, Tom Izzo promises that it will be done as a team.
Becoming a student-athlete at any university is no easy task to take on. Add on you’re attending not only one of the biggest schools in the Big Ten and the nation, but you’ll also be playing for Tom Izzo and one of the few Final Four favorites.
After ending last season with a second round NCAA Tournament loss to Kansas, expectations are high for the Spartans coming into this season, as many preseason polls have them ranked as a top five team. Head coach Tom Izzo held a press conference in which he addressed the lofty expectations for the team, and said the squad will embrace the challenge.
When Tom Izzo started talking about his four returning sophomores, Miles Bridges, Nick Ward, Cassius Winston and Joshua Langford, he gave the talented bunch a title: “Super Sophomores.”
Miles Bridges, Nick Ward, Cassius Winston and Joshua Langford aren’t the only ones to come back this season, as forwards Ben Carter and Gavin Schilling are back healthy this season.
Before both the men's and women's basketball team ever even look to hang banners at the Breslin Center — there's Michigan State Madness.
Tom Izzo hasn’t placed a firm grasp around the alleged college basketball scandal, but he said he is discouraged by the recent reports surrounding the sport.
Head coach Tom Izzo is within reach of a completely healthy team entering the upcoming season.
Tom Izzo fully understands what it’s like to be expected to contend for a national championship; he’s been there before.
Three star, class of 2018 high school basketball recruit Aaron Henry has verbally committed to Michigan State University.
The Big Ten announced on Thursday the TV schedule for all teams playing their non-conference and conference opponents. The Spartans play two early Big Ten games against Nebraska on Dec. 3 at home and at Rutgers on Dec. 5.
The Michigan State athletic department announced yesterday that they will honor the late head coach Jud Heathcote in a variety different ways this upcoming season.
A mentor. A coach. A foundation of MSU basketball. A friend. A guiding, caring, charismatic man, that only comes once every so often.
On Monday night, MSU Athletics announced in a press release that legendary basketball coach Jud Heathcote died at 90 in Spokane, Washington. Heathcote was the head coach for the Spartans for 19 years.
Former MSU basketball coach Jud Heathcote, 90, has died, MSU Athletics announced Monday night.